Madam, – Why is there so much argument over who is to blame for the Brexit fiasco?
The East Neuk villages of Elie and Earlsferry have long been a popular destination for visitors. Back in the 12th Century, Earlsferry was established as the northern terminus of a ferry route conveying pilgrims across the Firth of Forth from North Berwick on their journey to St Andrews, while Elie grew up around a more sheltered fishing harbour.
Madam, – Jenny Hjul is right to say the education secretary has been failing Scotland’s schools (Courier, September 18), but do we really appreciate the full extent of that failure?
Madam, – As the Brexit drama continues to play out at Westminster, it seems our SNP Government is determined to not be outdone and is working away to devise its very own constitutional crisis.
Jam legend Rick Buckler’s hoping to forge a few bonds when he appears in Dundee next week.
Madam, – With the impetus for independence only to become more deafening if a no deal Brexit comes to pass, it has become clear the tactics of the unionist parties to thwart a second independence referendum are already being pursued.
A self-employed joiner headbutted his brother when he discovered he had missed out on fitting his new kitchen.
Madam, – Lord Justice Denning once said most presciently “The House of Commons starts its proceedings with a prayer. The chaplain looks at the assembled members and then prays for the country”.
Madam, – I read the other day about Jacob Rees-Mogg’s campaign to be elected MP for Central Fife in 1997 and couldn’t believe he was unsuccessful!